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Does Alcohol Lead to Gun Violence?
Alcohol And Guns Not long ago, a young man in Canada chased his mother around her home with a gun.  When she fell...
Presidents: Drunk or Not? Quiz Part 2
U.S Presidents: Drunk or Not? Part 2 A stressful time at the White House is a lot worse than sharing office space with a...
Presidents Quiz: Drunk or Not?
U.S. Presidents: Drunk or Not? A wise man once proclaimed “With great power comes great responsibility.” And it's true, whether you're a web-slinging superhero...
Trump, Sex, & Alcohol
Donald Trump, Sexism, and Addiction Our country is having several important conversations right now: one about addiction and one about how women have been...

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Characteristics of Adult Children of Alcoholics

Characteristics of Adult Children of Alcoholics
Characteristics of Adult Children of Alcoholics Growing up in a family where one of the parents suffers from Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) creates its own...

Alcohol and Xanax: What Users Say

Alcohol and Xanax: What Users Say About Them
The Relationship Between Alcohol and Xanax  Alcohol and Xanax are considered “downers,” with alcohol in its own drug classification,...

Is Advertising To Blame For Your Drinking Problem?

Is Advertising To Blame For Your Drinking Problem?
Is Advertising To Blame For Your Drinking Problem? There is a lot of glamorized drinking shown on TV shows and in movies, which can entice...

Depression and Alcohol Abuse

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Depression and Alcohol Abuse, What you need to know A true “chicken-and-egg” relationship exists between habitual alcohol consumption and the disease of depression. It is...

Presidents: Drunk or Not? Quiz Part 2

Presidents: Drunk or Not? Quiz Part 2
U.S Presidents: Drunk or Not? Part 2 A stressful time at the White House is a lot worse than sharing office space with a colleague...